June 19 | Grades 9–12

Friday on Arizona PBS

11:30 a.m. Secrets of the Dead: Hannibal in the Alps (World History)

Hannibal: The New Evidence – Video


12:30 p.m. The Woman In White: Part 5 (British Literature)

Causes and Effects of the Asylum | Reimagining a Buffalo Landmark – Media Gallery and Support Materials
Crack the Case | History Detectives – Lesson Plan
Dorothea Dix’s Tireless Fight to End Inhumane Treatment for Mental Health Patients – Article


1:30 p.m. Secrets of the Six Wives: Divorced, Beheaded, Survived (World History)

Nobility and Status / Inside the Court of Henry VIII – Video
Luther and the Protestant Reformation / Crash Course World History – Video


2:30 p.m. The National Parks: America’s Best Idea – The Scripture of Nature (US History)

The National Parks: America’s Best Idea: History Episode 1 – Webpage
Yosemite National Park – Article
The National Parks – Lesson Plans
The Radical Idea of a Nation’s Park – Essay

Black and white photo of the Wawona Tunnel Tree at Yosemite
Wawona Tunnel Tree, Mariposa Grove, Yosemite National Park, circa 1880s. | Yosemite National Park Museum, Archives and Library/PBS LearningMedia

 

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